It Is Written,1 Corinthians 6:17, but he who is joined to the Lord is one spirit with him.
You may be asking yourself what this is all about. It is simple. I have a theory that is not mentioned in the Bible as far as I know. Don't think I am trying to rewrite the Bible, I am not.
I think we were all spirits with God from the same time God was. He was God, and we were us. Everyone that came to earth before Jesus, didn't know what to do.
God sent his only son to the earth to save it, and bring people back to him. Jesus showed us the way. After Jesus ultimate sacrifice, He went back to heaven and left ambassadors to represent heaven and the father. These were the apostles and new Christians.
We came from that line of ambassadors. Just as ambassadors for countries represent their countries to the rest of the world, we are to represent heaven and God's policies to all we meet. To help us get God's, instructions right, we have the Holy Spirit to help and to guide us.
Just as a worldly ambassador has to do his best for his home country, we have to follow the first ambassador to mankind, Jesus Christ. We are to be a reflection of Him.
Just as worldly ambassadors try to maintain peace and harmony to avoid making enemies, we must represent God according to what He tells us. We are here to recruit new citizens for heaven.
Maybe this is a simple idea, but I like to think that I am one of the ambassadors. Our actions on this Earth, must at all times, reflect what Jesus did for everyone. We all have that responsibility. Praise the Lord!
Remember Jesus Loves You
Prayer of Salvation
Lord Jesus, I thank you for what you did on the cross for me. Your blood washed away all my sins, by your stripes I was healed, your death and resurrection brought me salvation. Please forgive my sins, and come into my heart as my personal Savior.
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